• Order Your Yearbook Now

    .You can purchase a yearbook either online or at the school. The cost is $25 from now until January 19th. The price goes up to $30 from January 20th until April 15th. We only have 700 copies and will stop the sale when we run out of books or April 15th whichever comes first. To order online go to The school code is 16020. To order books in person, please have your student bring a check for $25 made to Eckstein Middle School to the Main Office.
  • Private School Applications

    If your 8th grader is planning on applying to a private high school for 9th grade, they must submit their teacher recommendation forms and transcripts requests to the attendance office prior to Thursday, December 17, 2015. Please include $5 which covers the cost of postage and copies. Should you have any questions, please contact Julia Detering at
  • Eckstein Incoming 6th Grade Information Night - February 4th, 6pm - 8pm

    Parents, guardians, and students of incoming 6th graders are welcome to come to Eckstein to hear about our school, meet staff, tour the building, and learn about activities.
  • Coffee with the Principal - December 1st @ 7:30 am

    Please join Eckstein's PTSA for a morning coffee with our Principal, Treena Sterk, on December 1st in the school library. We will kick off the one-hour social at 7:30 am. All families are welcome (younger siblings are welcome to attend with their parents). Are you new to the Seattle area? We would love to welcome you and connect you with some new Eckstein friends!
  • Policy Regarding UNEXCUSED Tardies and Absences

    Beginning Monday, November 9, 2015, students who accumulate 5 unexcused tardies or 2 unexcused absences in any one class will need make up 30 minutes of instructional time.
  • Eckstein Band Fundraiser

    Eckstein Band is participating in the Dutch Mill Bulbs Fall Fundraiser. The band program will receive 50% of the proceeds from all sales which will go towards instrument repairs, new music, and band trips. It's easy!
  • Eckstein Annual Campaign

    The Annual Campaign kicks off Monday, October 26th and will run through Wednesday, November 11th!
  • Support Groups Forming Now

    The Counseling Department will be starting some support groups for students- 6th grade Girls’ group, 6th grade Academic /Study Skills Group and Stress Management Group. We have identified students for all three through our Personal Needs Assessment, but wanted to reach out to parents and guardians for student referrals, as well. We will then screen students to see if they are interested and if the group is appropriate for their needs. Please contact the counseling department if you would like to refer your child or would like more information.
  • Reflections deadline extended to Friday, 11/13

    Get out the paint, the dancing shoes, the camera, the instruments …. and show us your imagination! Reflections is a state and national PTSA program that provides an opportunity for students to be creative in one of six categories: dance, film, music, visual arts, photography and literature. This year’s theme is “Let your imagination fly.” Creativity in the arts is a great way to express one’s self and a fun way to learn, so Eckstein’s PTSA is pleased to support the Reflections program.
  • Want to know something spooky?

    Storm water is the number one source of pollutants to our Puget Sound! Yet, Eckstein teacher Kurt Thompson & Lisa Haglund of the WSU Extension Program have just secured a large grant to install a Rain Garden behind Eckstein by the portables. Congratulations! Since rain gardens help slow the flow and naturally filter the water, Mr. Thompson and his leadership students, with community volunteers, will make a huge difference in the storm water issue on our own campus. Eckstein sixth graders study storm water issues in the annual Clean Water Challenge.
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Parents and Guardians -- Student safety is our top priority, and you can help us keep students safe by keeping these things in mind as you drop off and pick up your child at Eckstein:

  • Drive SLOWLY and USE EXTRA CAUTION whenever driving near the school
  • Do NOT drop off or pick up in the bus zone in front of Eckstein - Remind your student to cross the street at the crosswalk in front of the school, not at the corner of 30th & 75th where visibility is poor

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